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Signs of reprocessing at N. Korea complex: US think tank
(05/31/16 10:09 PM CDT)

A man watches a news report at a railway station in Seoul on North Korea's Yongbyon nuclear reactorRecent satellite images reveal multiple indicators that North Korea is preparing, or has already begun, to reprocess plutonium for additional nuclear weapons at its main atomic complex, a US think tank said. When operating at full capacity, the main five-megawatt reactor at Yongbyon is understood to be capable of producing six kilos (13 pounds) of plutonium a year -- enough for one or two bombs.


Asia shares wobble as oil slip dampens sentiment, dollar stalls
(05/31/16 10:00 PM CDT)

Man looks at a stock quotation board outside a brokerage in TokyoAsian stocks were on a weak footing on Wednesday as a slip in crude oil prices dampened investors' appetite for riskier assets, while the recently bullish dollar stalled against the euro and yen following a mixed bag of U.S. economic data. Shanghai see-sawed in and out of negative terrain, and was last up 0.1 percent, after rallying hard the previous day on expectations MSCI could add China's mainland stocks to its emerging market benchmark for the first time. There was little market reaction to the official and private surveys on China's manufacturing activity, which were roughly in line with expectations, underlining doubts that the world's second-largest economy is picking up.


Benzema says Deschamps 'bowed to racists' over Euro snub
(05/31/16 09:43 PM CDT)

Karim Benzema has questioned whether coach Didier Deschamps left him out because of his Algerian descentFrance's top scorer Karim Benzema on Wednesday accused coach Didier Deschamps of bowing to pressure from a "racist" political party by not choosing him for the country's Euro 2016 squad. The Real Madrid striker, who is being investigated over an alleged sex-tape blackmail case, questioned whether Deschamps left him out because of his Algerian descent. The comments echo similar accusations from French legend Eric Cantona, who last week said Deschamps had excluded Benzema and Hatem Ben Arfa because of their North African heritage -- drawing a threat of legal action from the coach's lawyer.


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